We spent ten-plus years building our marriage but it only took him two to decide he'd rather suck a d**k than be with his wife.”The American rapper – real name Jeffrey Atkins – has since taken to Twitter to dismiss the accusations, posting: “Ok I guess I have to address the idiots these rumors are FALSE LIES made up by some non mf factor website CLOWNS lmao...[sic]”Ja Rule, 37, was released from prison earlier this year.

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But that is not always the case with all—enter Agent Peacock.

Lesbians have the opposite problem since they often fall into the Lesbian Cop, Lesbian Jock, or Butch Lesbian stereotype in media.

In Whitney’s situation, the only solution was to get married .

[to] kill all speculation.’I want to see a more tolerant society where people don’t feel the need to marry to deflect rumours of homosexuality, and where they are not driven to self-destruction because of their inability to accept and express their love for a person of the same sex.

With the fading tradition of portraying gay people as effeminate, weak or perverted, and with some people using the word "gay" as if it meant "incompetent" or "stupid", it still requires some skill to successfully make a character badass while at the same time have the character directly or indirectly engage in same-sex romance.

If done well, the contrast between the negative stereotypes and the awesomeness of the character can enhance the character(s) and/or the plot.The stereotype of gay people as effeminate and weak is almost exclusively used toward gay men.So to counter that stereotype, badass gay male characters are often Manly Gay or Gayngster.But in an interview a new interview with online radio show Koopz Tunes, he appeared to reference a former relationship with a man.He said: “I had a boyfriend when I was fifteen in f**king Hawthorne, n***a.These are the stories that should be popping up on my TV screen.